The brand’s SUVs remain the models with the highest demand in 2021, the Macan in the lead: 88,362 customers took possession of a Macan over the year.
The Cayenne takes second place with 83,071 vehicles delivered. The brand’s all-electric sports car, the Taycan, saw an exceptional increase: 41,296 vehicles delivered, more than double last year.
The brand’s iconic sports car, the 911, also reached a record number of 38,464 deliveries.
The Panamera received 30,220 deliveries.
The 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman models, meanwhile, were delivered to 20,502 customers.
Global demand remains strong
Porsche deliveries increased in all regions of the world. Growth was particularly strong in the United States, which saw a 22% increase in deliveries compared to the previous year.
A total of 70,025 US customers purchased a model from the Porsche lineup. Across the Americas, the brand made 84,657 deliveries, which also represents an increase of 22%.
China remains the biggest market for the sports car manufacturer and recorded an excellent overall result in 2021 with an increase of 8% compared to an already record year 2020.
A total of 95,671 vehicles have been delivered to Chinese customers, despite supply challenges. A total of 131,098 deliveries were made in the Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East region, which is 8% more than in 2020.
Demand also increased in the German domestic market, with 28,565 vehicles delivered, an increase of 9%.
A total of 86,160 customers took possession of a Porsche in Europe, which is 7% more than in 2020.
Note the particularly high rate of electrified sports cars. Around 40% of Porsche vehicles delivered in Europe in 2021 had an electric motor: either plug-in hybrids or fully electric.
This figure even reaches 77% on the French market.
Source From: Google News